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CS City Bond Proposal Moves Forward

Updated: 07/10/2008 - The College Station city council took a major step Thursday in preparation for bond election. The council approved a seven-year borrowing option as opposed to a five-year plan.

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Roger Stone's Family Sues Over Accident

Updated: 07/10/2008 - The family of Roger Stone held a press conference Thursday morning in Houston, in which they discussed the investigation into the sinking of the Cynthia Woods. During that press conference, Roger Stone's widow, Linda, announced that she would sue four parties, including the designer of the Cynthia Woods yacht and the boat's builder.

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TEEX Fire School Gets Underway

Posted: 07/09/2008 - More than 700 Spanish speaking firefighters from all over the world are in College Station this week to receive hands-on training from some of the area's best.

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Injured Bryan Police Officer Back at Work

Updated: 07/09/2008 - A routine traffic stop almost turned tragic for a Bryan police officer late last month. Motorcycle cop David Blackburn was trying to pull a vehicle over for speeding when his motorcycle collided with a car. Blackburn was thrown from his bike, and the driver who hit him, rushed to his aid.

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Teen Charged In Drug-Laced Cookies Incident

Updated: 07/10/2008 - A teenager suspected of delivering baskets of drug-laced cookies and assorted candy to about a dozen police departments in the Dallas-Fort Worth area faces charges of tampering with a consumer product.

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Jeffrey Vitter Named as Texas A&M Provost

Updated: 07/09/2008 - Texas A&M University President Dr. Elsa Murano announced today that Dr. Jeffrey S. Vitter from Purdue University has accepted the University's offer to become the new Provost and Executive Vice President for Academics.

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CS Council on the Path to More Paths?

Updated: 07/09/2008 - With gas prices the way they are and showing no signs of tapering off, College Station leaders will make bike trails and walking paths a big talking point Thursday.

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Troubled Harris County Jail Faces First-Ever Federal Inspection

Updated: 07/09/2008 - The Harris County Jail is the subject of a federal civil rights investigation. Authorities this week are expected to do a five-day inspection of the jail's downtown facilities to decide whether it is operating lawfully.

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Annexation in Bryan Gets Green Light From Council

Posted: 07/08/2008 - The annexation of five new areas is underway in Bryan. The city council voted Tuesday night to move forward with acquiring those properties. The next step is to schedule public hearings.

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